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I Believed In Myself Once

Have you ever had your life finally going in the right direction after a long internal struggle, only to have the rug pulled from right under your feet? Then all of a sudden, after believing in yourself once, now you’re barely hanging on?...

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Subnormality: Weird by Winston Rowntree

The comic ‘WEIRD?’, number 133 from Winston Rowntree’s Subnormality series is a one-panel comic that discusses what is WEIRD and the perceptions of what is WEIRD to you or to other people. Myself, I have an interesting...

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Emotional Currency

Based on studies within in recent years, we’ve been able to understand how homelessness affects mental health, and when you think of The Great Depression during the 1930’s, it must have been an epidemic that had the sound of silence. In...

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The Fire in my Heart is Out

In the middle of the dirty 30’s and The Great Depression, many people were not just jobless, but homeless as well. One day turned into two, which turned into three, which turned into a week, then a month, then a year, and so on and so on. At...

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Anxious Attachment

I don’t know how I got here, well I kinda do, and by kinda, I mean I do. Ha! As an adult, I’m still making the same relationship mistakes I did when I was a teenager. Thus, why I still sit at the kid’s table. I have a tendency,...

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I Can’t Get Out Of Bed

Have you ever uttered the words “I can’t get out of bed this morning?” Most likely you have at some point in your life, but when you’re depressed, that phrase gets uttered a little more often. One of the hallmarks of...

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Knapsack Contents

The contents of your Knapsack says a lot about you as a person. How is it kept? How old are the things inside of it? Is everything useful? Are there different sections for different things? Did you forget another roast beef sandwich in there? If...

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Accepting Your Children

Today’s comic tackles the issue of a children ages zero until death and them being an extension of their parent’s ego. It’s a very narcissistic trait of a parent to feel that your child is a representation of themselves instead of...

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Dust Bowl Blues

The below sketch drawing is of the Dust Bowl. During the Great Depression, farmers unknowingly over worked their fields without the proper understanding of ecology and agriculture. They were chasing food prices that kept on going lower without...

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Empty Bindle On Unknown Date

During The Great Depression, many people chose to ride the railroads of the United States. If you were to look at pictures of the rail riders, they all seemed to have a stick and a bindle with them. All of their life possessions in one small little...

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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired After living in my house for 8 years, I felt I needed a change of scenery as my life just wasn’t headed in the right direction. ┬áIt was the first and only house that I’ve ever owned and I was never...

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The Narcissist Combat Handbook | Introduction

It was a mild July day in the year of 1978 as my pregnant mother was about to pop me out in the back of a yellow taxi cab, all by her lonesome. I was about to be her third child but the first to nearly be born amongst the sweet scent of pine tree...

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The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan

The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan Do you know who Brian Cullinan is? Well, you do now. He’s the PricewaterhouseCoopers partner that handed the wrong envelope to Warren Beatty the other night at the Academy Awards. And now...

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Phobia List

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Ablutophobia – Fear of Washing or Bathing. Acarophobia – Fear of Itching or of the Insects That Cause Itching. Acerophobia – Fear of Sourness. Achluophobia – Fear of Darkness. Acousticophobia – Fear of Noise....

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